Person    | Male  Born 31/1/1954  Died 6/9/1972

Mark Slavin

Categories: Sport / Games, Tragedy

Countries: Germany, Israel/Palestine

Wrestler. Born in Minsk, Belarus SSR. Winner of the Soviet Greco-Roman wrestling middleweight junior championship in 1971. He moved to Israel to join their Olympic team. Murdered by Palestinian terrorists with ten other team members in Munich.

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